|Dorothy E. Hare Wigginton||Thanks for the transfer.|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Dallas Puckett. You have been so kind with all you have done to help me out. Mark it all means a lot to me.
|Rob M||CH National|
No worries about treading on me. Some medicine and some immune system issues don't always make it possible for me to get out there some days, so I'm glad you got it!
Added by Rob M on Aug 14, 2014 3:03 PM
|Rob M||Nice Picture!|
Added by Rob M on Aug 14, 2014 2:00 PM
|Rob M||Jackson Thornton|
I walked all over that area, row by row! No doubt, I looked right at it and didn't see it.
If you grabbed a photo, go ahead and post it. I don't worry about the count or anything like that.
Added by Rob M on Aug 14, 2014 1:30 PM
|C♥M♥||Pvt Robert Henry Madden|
Thank You greatly for the photograph of Pvt. Robert Henry Madden's Headstone. POW Confederate Solider died 1863. He was married with three small son's.
His Find A Grave Memorial Number is 3292640
Thank You in all you do to assist other's in their research to find family members, friends... C
Added by C♥M♥ on Jul 22, 2014 3:58 PM
|Steven King||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 3294673|
Thanks so much! Appreciate your help with the quest!
|Steven King||Find A Grave Memorial# 3294673|
I have finally determined through various military records and from a visit to the grave, that the memorial previously listed as "Pvt George B. Turner" is actually associated with the grave of my ancestor, Green Berry Huckleby Turner". This has been a mystery to me for years as a result of his name being incorrectly transcribed as "George". Do you mind to please correct your photo comment that reads his name as "George"? Thank you for your photos and for helping to direct someone to the right cemetery (I corrected it from Cave Hill National to Cave Hill).
|Dorothy E. Hare Wigginton||RE: Virginia M Hare's headstone|
Thanks for the message and thanks for all your help.
|Dorothy E. Hare Wigginton||Virginia M Hare's headstone|
I can't believe you got Jenny's headstone picture. My brother, John and I tried taking a picture of it but the sun just wouldn't cooperate. This one really means a lot to me. Jenny was more like a sister than a sister in law. I was only 10 when she and John married and they were very young so she was like an older sister. Mike you are a very special person to care so much to find all of Tunney's family's headstones.
|April Hyde Horsefield||RE: Green Berry Turner|
I was not able to find a memorial for either green or George. I have seen it listed as both names in my research. The real name is green and I wanted to try to get the correct info out there. But I guess to do that I need to see the tombstone. Lol. Should I make another memorial for "George" and submit a request for that? Cave hill and cave hill national has said few pages of grave listed transcribed. And they all seem to list one or the other. Green is usually listed in national and George in cave hill. I'm just so lost on this one. Lol.
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